PARASITE SINGLE - THE HUNT (OFFICIAL VIDEO) from CURTIS on Vimeo.

Starring KATJA DANOWSKI

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Crew - CURTISFILM
Director, Editor, Written by - MICHAEL VENUS
Producer - JÖRG LASSAK
DoP - MARIUS VON FELBERT
2nd DoP - JULIA LOHMANN
Styling - FRANZISKA GRAU
Hair & Make Up - MARIA TRIFU
Production Manager - CARLOTTA CORNEHL
Styling Assistants - MARTHA LANGE & UTE HERMANN
First Assistant Camera - JONAS WACHE
Steadicam Operator - THORSTEN ALT
Sound Recordist - MIGUEL MURIETTA VÁSQUEZ
Sound Design - MIGUEL MURIETTA VÁSQUEZ & CHRISTIAN SEIM
Coloür Grade - CRISTIAN STRAUB & MARIUS VON FELBERT

Set Photographer - JULIA KNEUSE kneuse.de/
Additional Set Photos by MIGUEL MURIETTA VÁSQUEZ miguelmurrieta.tumblr.com/

Crew - PARASITE SINGLE
‘THE HUNT’ written & performed by CHRISTIAN SEIM & JASMINA QUACH
Band Manager - JONAS JOHNE
Single Artwork - JONAS HASSELMANN

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♡♡♡ THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED THIS BEAUTIFUL PROJECT ♡♡♡

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Where We Are from David Cho on Vimeo.

Director: David Cho
Cast: Sam Littlefield, Megan Easton
Editors: Mariah Klapatch, DC
Cinematographer: Yusuke Sato
1st AC: Alex Falk
2nd AC: Gabriel Malikian
Production Designer: Emily Ng Little
Makeup Artist: Vanessa Marie
AD: Michael Lugo
Colorist: Aaron Peak
Transportation: Adam Feldman
Location Sound Recordist: Vince Wong
Voiceover Recordist: David Dans (Carasmatic Productions)
Composer: Ezekiel Honig

Equipment Provided By The Camera House, Eastside Camera Services, Silverlake Camera.

Still Life from ZANDRAK on Vimeo.

"Still Life" is a short film that seeks to find connection between creativity and everyday moments, set against the backdrop of New York City. It was shot guerrilla style with the Phantom Miro and Red Epic.

Interested in Behind the Scenes? Check out our blog for pictures, info, and stories about the adventure which lead to this film! zandrak.com/blog/2014/4/15/lenses-and-longboards-the-making-of-still-life

"Still Life" will be premiering on April 27th at the NFFTY festival in Seattle.

Directed and Shot by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson (jakeoleson.com)
Starring Chris Trindade
Written by Kyle Harper
Voiceover by Beau Stephenson
Produced and Colored by Andrew Hutcheson
Music by Philip Glass & Tony Anderson
Sound Design by Stranded On a Planet Studios (strandedonaplanet.com)

Special Thanks:
Kelsey Lynn Stokes
Colin Levy

For inquiries, questions, and just to chat: thefamily@zandrak.com

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"MATRYOSHKA" The Official Short from Pacific Pictures on Vimeo.

When people touch our lives, they live on in our hearts forever.

A powerful message long cherished by Sasha upon the passing of his grandmother, echoes the theme of our cross-cultural drama, MATRYOSHKA. Set simultaneously in two cities nearly a world apart, Moscow and Los Angeles, MATRYOSHKA tells the modern day story of Russian immigrants, Sasha and Yulia, as they plan their upcoming wedding in America and reflect on the many loved ones they miss back home.

Like many in a diaspora, they yearn to share their wedding celebration with the friends and family that remain behind overseas; sadly most of them will not be able to make the long journey to attend. Saying goodbye to loved ones at a given stage or circumstance is a bittersweet fact of life we all tend to face. For Sasha and Yulia, it’s a challenge that seems insurmountable until the night Sasha presents Yulia with a special gift - an old Russian nested doll - the ubiquitous MATRYOSHKA. A family heirloom Sasha received years ago. It’s a gift that comes with a powerful message that inspires Yulia to action. All alone, Yulia travels back to their Russian homeland to create a special video of the friends and family that remain - a thoughtful surprise to share with everyone at their wedding, including Sasha. Challenges arise immediately upon her arrival, but one is seemingly solved by a mysterious local driver at the airport. As Yulia’s journey unfolds, questions are revealed like the MATRYOSHKA, layer upon layer. In her darkest hour, Yulia recalls Sasha’s message and within his words a dramatic revelation.

MATRYOSHKA is as much a tribute to those who leave their homeland as it is a celebration of the people who touch our lives and guide us directly and indirectly on our path as we navigate moments of fate and coincidence. And of those loved ones we may be forced to let go, Sasha’s words are a reminder that they live on in our hearts and minds, forever.

From a production standpoint, MATRYOSHKA was a test for the limits of ultra low profile, on-location guerilla filmmaking. Written, produced and directed by Kevin Shahinian, MATRYOSHKA was shot over six days on-location in Moscow with no crew whatsoever, with the hope of making few sacrifices in how the film would be executed and avoiding the look of a guerrilla film. Ideas are only as solid as their execution and the conditions proved extremely challenging, from dialogue in moving vehicles to foot chases through dense woodlands; it’s exciting to share the results and let the audience be the judge. MATRYOSHKA is inspired by true events and co-stars Evgeniy Volovenko and Olga Prikhodko.

Shot with the Canon C100, 5D Mark III, and EOS L-Series Lenses.
Additional gear furnished by Glidecam.com, Zacuto.com, and Cinevate.com

AMANDINE & MICKAEL Bordeaux, France from REAL&SHORT® Weddings on Vimeo.

Coming soon / Próximamente

LOCATION: City of Bordeaux and Arcachon Bay, France
VIDEOGRAPHER: Alejandro Calore (REAL&SHORT®)

Make your own story | Daniil Kalachev from STEREOTACTIC on Vimeo.

client: Megafon
director, cinematography: Alexander Khudokon
follow cam: Martin Misof
edit: Alexander Khudokon, Maxim Tomash
music: Vtgnike, OL
production manager: Semen Bertchanskiy
produced by Pavel Karykhalin, Lev Maslov

Moscow 2014

Moscow In Love from STEREOTACTIC on Vimeo.

A 35mm short made with love in Moscow

director: Alexander Khudokon
d.p: Mikhail Khasaya
music: Lapti “First Date”